Fortnite Oversized Phone, Big Piano, Dancing Fish Trophy Locations

Fortnite Oversized Phone, Big Piano, Dancing Fish Trophy Locations

Here's our guide on where to find all the Oversized Phone, Big Piano, and Dancing Fish Trophy locations.

A brand new Fortnite challenge is going to task you to 'Visit an oversized phone, a big piano, and a dancing fish trophy' for a reward. In this guide to accomplishing each of the objectives, we'll be listing out the Oversized Phone location, the Big Piano location, and the Dancing Fish Trophy location for you.

Fortnite Oversized Phone, Big Piano, Dancing Fish Trophy Locations

In the map screenshot below, we've marked out the locations of the four total objectives for completing this challenge. The red and blue markers denote the oversized phones, while the orange marker indicates the big piano, and the white marker denotes the dancing fish trophy.

Our map to the oversized phones, big piano, and dancing fish trophy locations. | Hirun Cryer/USG

We should note that to complete this Fortnite challenge, you only need to visit one of the two oversized phones. You don't need to visit both of them to complete this challenge, and you also don't need to visit all three objectives in any particular order to complete the Fortnite challenge.

One of the Oversized Phones. | Hirun Cryer/USG, Epic Games

On top of this, you also don't need to visit the oversized phone, big piano, and dancing fish trophy all in a single match. Instead, you can simply visit them at your own pace, taking as many matches as you want to visit all three objectives required to complete this challenge.

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